Even though I don’t understand how you change every single day, I love you Zindagi.
Even though you take away people I love the most, I love you Zindagi.
Even though I plan, you change the rules of the game, I still love you Zindagi.
Many times we stumble upon words or visuals that effortlessly trigger an emotion in you. That’s the kind of effect I felt as I watched the different teasers of upcoming film Dear Zindagi. Aren’t we all in the race to repair-recycle-reuse ourselves? Just like they showed in the trailers? Post-breakup we hate all the coochy-cooing couples, we get annoyed with never ending traffic, we don’t ever truly disconnect from all our work and technology even when we’re on a break. But when we find that amazing parking spot right at the entrance of the store, or that tiny moment when we clear the green light by a second, that time when you get offered a drink at every hour in the club by different people. That moment we say, with all of that Love you Zindagi.
The over exaggerated snap stories, the over the top dressing for no reason, the unplanned solo trips, the weekend getaways with friends, the drunk nights, the yoga mornings.
Dear Zindagi, these are a few of my favorite things.
- Cycling down a slope
- Paper boats and origami too
- Messy hair-don’t care vibe on someday
- Long hugs
- Passionate Kisses
- Easy Goodbyes and teary eyed hellos!
- Full Moons
- Dipping my feet in the pool
- Conversations that don’t end
- Speaking to someone till the sunrise
- Being alone, and sometimes never being alone
- Being able to decide whatever I want & do it!
Dear Zindagi, You are my favorite.
The little things that not just bring you a smile but actually stay etched in your memory for a long time to come. As I etched back in nostalgia, I had to do a post, decoding Alia Bhatt’s easy breezy I-Already-Have-This-In-My-Wardrobe-Look.
Dear Zindagi, a film which seems to have the potential to change my life! I just have a strong urge that this movie will leave us with the exact same warm fuzzy leaving that we feel after sipping on hot cocoa on a cold lonely night. Shahrukh plays a coach & mentor to Alia who seems to have had a tricky past with Kunal Kapoor *drools* Angad Bedi and maybe a few more men. Did you know, the part where SRK and Alia was cycling and Alia fell off the cycle is actually inspired from a real life incident that occurred on the set of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai where Kajol on a similar occasion lost control of her cycle. So cute! Sport the Dear Zindagi looks and stay comfy all day wherever you go today! #LoveYouZindagi
Read on to recreate Kaira’s looks from the upcoming movie releasing on Nov.25th.
Hair & Makeup- Sunil Bhog
Stylist: Sakshi Nahar
Photography: Natasha Samant, The Storyteller Official.